Distributed Projection Structure 2004
Distributed Projection Structure is an experiment from 2004 where we tried to animate physical matter using algorithmic light.
Distributed Projection Structure is built up from 300 plastic pixels inhibiting the pyramidical space of the computer projector. The physical structure follows a simple geometric algorithm where no pixel casts shadow on any other, this way they can be all reached from the projector’s lens. The patterns we project create spatial volumes of colors, planes, simple shapes moving around on the volume of the pyramid.
Building or project owner : aether architecture
Architecture : adam somlai-fischer, anita pozna, peter sandor nagy, bengt sjolen
Light design : bengt sjolen
Lighting control software : bengt sjolen